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timatic has (re Thailand): Passports issued to nationals of New Zealand must be valid for the period of intended stay. for holders of normal passports; Emergency and temporary passports issued to nationals of New Zealand must be valid for at least 6 months from date of arrival. So I think your answer is "Yes", unless your ...


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If I were you I would go to Khao San road or walk in Silom, Take a regular charter boat from the temple Wat Arun to get a ride along bangkoks channels, and visit the temple also. Walk around China town is also possible. And at the end take a massage to kill the time. Boat and temple wat Arun first. Than go to China Town. After Khao San or Silom, i ...


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Mostly Kayaking is hire and go thing. And it is not necessary to take a tour. I did some research about kayaking before and we did kayaking with my friend as well. As far as I know some hotels in Panwa offer Kayaks price should be around 200 - 300 baht. We did Kayaking on Ynaui beach. There is just Kayaks for rent 200 per hour. Here is a pic from my ...


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Your U.S. visa will not let you visit Canada or any European countries. The only country besides the U.S. that it will allow you to visit is Mexico. (Possibly some Caribbean countries too, not sure.)


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Yes they are. Almost every where in places where foreigners stay. They are quite cheap and fast.


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There are a number of elephant camps in Chiang Mai that treat the elephants well. There are several tourist camps, Lampang Elephant Conservation Center, Mae Sa Elephant Camp, Chiang Dao Elephant Camp. These camps have been around for 30+ years, have their own veternarians on staff, provide all the needs of the mahouts and elephants, raise the young in camp ...


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I lived in Chiang Mai for over two years but never got around to visiting one of the few elephant parks in the region. There are a few parks that are known for their fair treatment of elephants, it not being uncommon the elephants at these parks to have been sourced from circuses and whatnot, where they would have been treated, well, not very well. I don't ...



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